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&t park. bob joins us live with all the details. >> reporter: good morning. that news conference just wrapped up here at pier 48 with ed lee announcing that this city's oldest manufacturer, the anchor brewing company, will be building a new brewery, restaurant and museum at this location, making them the first tena tenant. anchor brewing tells us they've outgrown their current location, which they'll still keep, but by adding pier 48, they'll quadruple their production of beer, bringing 200 new jobs to the city while at the same time, creating a new experience for fans of their brew, which has been in sf for 117 years now. >> we see this as being a bustling center in san francisco. there will be so much going on here. we'll have people wandering around here, going on tours. it will be a destination for locals and tourists alike, so we're very excited about the potential we have for exposing anchor to the world. >> so, what we see is increasingly the front door of the ballpark. people coming from the south bay into our ballpark and they have this great brew pub and manufacturing facili
and within our sense that god remains with us. >> it will definite ly take administrative part of the church. but in terms of believing in the lord, it doesn't change that. >> reporter: father benedict hopes that catholics consider this to be an experience in which to feel the continuity of the church and faith. there will be a special mass at 7:00 tonight here at st. joseph cathedral and it will include san jose bishop patrick mcgrath. they'll be celebrating the pope's retirement and praying for a smooth transition. we're live in san jose. i'm arturo santiago, nbc bay area news. >>> pope benedict xvi is the first pope in 600 years to resign. it is a very big deal. mary ann ahern is live in vatican city. what's the atmosphere like out there right now? >> reporter: it has been a most unusual day, marla, very dramatic. when the pope met this morning starting out his day with cardinals, you could tell that they had so much affection for him by their applause. each one stopping and speaking to him. and even a few handing him notes. he had words for them telling them that he would be obedient to
building with the new details for us. bob, good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you, marla. the marine county sheriff's office tells us that the man killed in this weekend's boating accident was harry hoelzhauer. he's a 68-year-old man from just outside portland. he was down here visiting his friend who happens to live here in the bay area. both were on their friend's boat. and it was hoelzhauer who was piloting it when it collided with a ferry saturday afternoon. an autopsy is scheduled for tomorrow to determine what was the cause of the death, whether it was the impact itself or a prior medical condition. they interviewed the friend who is at marin general who is recovering from his incident. he was communicative and remembers everything up to the point of the collision, but coast guard will not release details until they wrap up their investigation, which could be several days more. their 22-foot boat was report lid speeding when it collided with the "ms san francisco" on it way from sausalito to the ferry building. the accident happened south of t tiburon and raccoon st
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